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Rangani Ranasinghe

Rangani Ranasinghe

Rangani has extensive experience as a researcher working in both quantitative and qualitative research studies. As a team lead, she has led a number of research studies. With her interest in research and the zest for acquiring new knowledge, at AIRS she has embarked on exploring the subject of ‘internet research’. She writes part of the course, contribute articles and blogs in addition to attending to the overall data and content requirement of AIRS website. Rangani holds a MSC in Development Studies from London South Bank University and holds a BA (Hons) degree from Delhi University.
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Feb

8 Most Secure Private Browsers for iPhone & iPad 2019

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Are you looking for the best private browsing apps for your iPhone and iPad? This article helps you find unique and most secure internet browsers that allow you to browse the Internet privately without leaving any trace on your iOS devices. Here,... Continue reading
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24
May

What is the Internet of Things?

Posted by on in Internet of Things (IoT)
There’s a lot of noise at the moment about the Internet of Things (or IoT) and its impact on everything from the way we travel and do our shopping to the way manufacturers keep track of inventory. But what is the... Continue reading
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06
Jun

10 examples of the Internet of Things in healthcare

Posted by on in Internet of Things (IoT)
The next decade may well see a revolution in treatment and diagnosis of disease, as the Internet of Things (IoT) is brought to bear on medicine. Here are 10 examples of IoT in healthcare. 1. OpenAPS - closed-loop insulin delivery One... Continue reading
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26
May

Google Featured Snippet Idiosyncrasies And The Way They Work

Posted by on in Search Engines
  Stone Temple Consulting published a report Wednesday that sheds light on the way Google's featured snippets work. This will become more important as voice queries and responses rise and search engines move to one result from many. Featured snippets are... Continue reading
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22
Apr

NASA Is Working on a 'High-Speed' Space Internet That'll Be Faster Than Earth's Connectivity

Posted by on in Science & Tech
NASA is developing a trailblazing technology that will provide a high-speed Internet connectivity between Earth and space terminals. Effective space communication system is vital in the success of space-based missions.  (Photo : Aubrey Gemignani/NASA via Getty Images (Disposition: AFS 8/101 -... Continue reading
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21
Apr

NASA’s Newest Discovery

Posted by on in Science & Tech
Earth is a world composed of water but we have now just discovered that we have ocean worlds all around us. Some which could possibly harbour life. So what is it about water that is so life giving? The water on... Continue reading
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29
Mar

Spiders could theoretically eat every human on Earth in one year — and still be hungry

Posted by on in Others
ANALYSIS Spiders are quite literally all around us. A recent entomological survey of North Carolina homes turned up spiders in 100 percent of them, including 68 percent of bathrooms and more than three-quarters of bedrooms. There’s a good chance at least... Continue reading
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26
Jan

This $5 device can hack password-protected computers in just 30 seconds

Posted by on in Internet Privacy
Even the strongest passwords are fallible, and as Samy Kamkar demonstrates, sometimes it doesn’t take much. Kamkar’s new exploit, PoisonTap, uses free software and a $5 Raspberry Pi Zero microcomputer. After attaching the Raspberry Pi to a USB adapter and plugging it in, the device... Continue reading
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25
Jan

Amazon Go Will Leave Your Local Grocery Stores In The Dust

Posted by on in Others
For me grocery shopping is an entire event for which I have to mentally prepare. There are kids running around the aisles, sometimes the exact thing you're looking for is out-of-stock, and the checkout lanes can take an eternity. I’m anxious... Continue reading
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20
Jan

4 Things You Can Do Today To Boost Your Website's Google Ranking

Posted by on in Internet Research
Launching your own online business is a very exciting milestone in life. You’re on the path to financial freedom, you can create your own work hours, and you no longer report to someone else from nine to five. But more often... Continue reading
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18
Jan

Google begins rolling out "Ok Google" support for Android Auto

Posted by on in Search Engines
Ok Google, Google’s voice assistant is probably going to make this long awaited application to be implemented on Android Auto soon. Well, because some vigilant users have found out it has been enabled today. With this feature, Android Auto users can now navigate... Continue reading
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04
Jan

Protecting web sites from web scrapers

Posted by on in Internet Privacy
If you sell something, it makes sense that news of what you are selling spreads far and wide to attract as many buyers as possible. To this end, e-commerce sites want to be found near the top of relevant search lists... Continue reading
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28
Dec

Becoming a Mind Reader

Posted by on in Others
Consciousness is generally directed outwardly rather than inwardly.  We look out at the passing scene in front of our eyes, taking little notice of the constant stream of thoughts shuffling through our mind. Nature has so equipped us to be alert to things... Continue reading
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22
Dec

The Internet never forgets, unless the law forces it to

Posted by on in Internet Ethics
When I worked as a campus newspaper faculty advisor several years ago, a recent graduate once asked if we could remove an article about dating from the newspaper’s website because it was ruining his chances at romance. The graduate had been... Continue reading
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10
Dec

Google On The Hunt For Spammy Exact Match Domains (EMDs)

Posted by on in Search Engines
Google's Gary Illyes said this morning that he is "hunting" for spammy EMDs, exact match domains, that are ranking in Google. He said this on Twitter two different ways this morning. First he said he is looking for the spammy EMDs: Then he... Continue reading
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